I get a lot of questions about how I keep my camera gear safe when fishing, so I thought I would make a short video to go over the bags I've used throughout the years and the newest bag I'm using (Simms G4 Pro Shift). If anyone has any questions, feel free to send them to me via the link on the side.
G4ProShiftReview from Kosmer on Vimeo.
Links to Packs:
Simmsf G4 Pro Shift Backpack
Fishpond Thunderhead Sling
Umpqua Tongas 650
Friday, August 16, 2019
Saturday, August 10, 2019
Some shots from Day 1 of the first annual Fly Fishing and Outdoor Festival hosted by TCO, Allenberry, and Troegs Brewing. If you have a chance tomorrow, stop down and check it out. Lots of Vendors, demos, and a TON of prizes to be raffled off. Not to mention good people, beer, and food!
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
The last I looked, Pennsylvania has had measurable precipitation 48% of the year. In other words, it has rained just about every other day. This has been kind of a blessing and a curse all at the same time. It has allowed us to float a lot longer than normal, but has also blown out water a good bit. Despite the rain, it has been a busy month or two and I have not had much time to sit down and process many photos until now. Between float trips, we (Doc Fritchey TU) had our annual veteran's fishing day and women's fishing day. Last weekend we were on Yellow Creek in Indiana Pa fishing for pellet heads with Cicadas because my wife had won a trip at our annual TU banquet, just about every other stream in the state was chocolate milk, and.....Cicadas!
|Little wet after a swing and a miss|
|Amy Coen from TCO imparting knowledge|
|Adi is so intent, actually watches your fly and stares at a fish when it rises....not to mention tries to help you release them once you hook them.|
|Quick Cicada tie based off Juan Ramirez's Hopper Juan|
Base by Flystones
|Stockies, but Heidi got some lessons on how to fight large fish.|
|I had to at least catch a few|
Sunday, May 12, 2019
It has pretty much rained for a year and a half straight now on the east coast. Last year seemed like it was almost a complete washout. This year at least seems like it is off to a better start. I was able to get the boat out several days already this year, and yesterday some strange yellow orb was in the sky. There have been some pretty good caddis and march brown hatches as of late, but it is pouring rain as I type this and is supposed to rain for the next couple days. The coming week looks to be a blow out, but maybe by the weekend things will start to clear. For now, here are a couple shots from this past weekend.